That’s why at Leader in Me Weekly we strive to provide ongoing best practices and easy-to-implement strategies that are bite-size and “doable tomorrow.” Our goal is a three-minute read and a three-minute watch each week that will encourage and inspire you in growing your own—and your students’—leadership skills in practical and authentic ways.
<i>Leader in Me</i> Weekly provides educators with articles on topics that matter most to teachers in the classroom, with helpful tips and suggestions to create a leadership-centered culture.
These cut out statements are great reminders of best practices that can be displayed throughout the classroom in sequence to inspire students and help teachers establish a classroom culture of leadership.
This cut-out wheel tool can simply and effectively help students communicate their Emotional Bank Account (EBA) with others in profound ways.
This sample lesson plan is available as a PDF for teachers to download. In this lesson students learn how they can show empathy in action and words through a variety of exercises and discussion.